Continuing on the success of last season’s first collaboration and ‘RECYCLE’ project, Save the Duck team up once again with award-winning British designer Christopher Ræburn to collaborate on a second luxury capsule collection for SS18.
In keeping with Save the Duck and Christopher Ræburn’s vision, a commitment to protecting the animal kingdom and planet, the collection presents a range of contemporary lightweight quilted jackets.
These have been made from highly performing recycled fabrics, including Save The Duck’s PLUMTECH®, an innovative padding and technical fibre that replaces down feathers. Bombers, field-jackets and parkas are presented in urban summer palettes of white, light blue, orange and black as well as a revisited camouflage print that comes in black/orange, white/blue/light blue and a high-impact white/black/orange combination. Field jackets and parkas with heat-sealed seams become protective shells and thermal linings prove indispensable to protect yourself in unstable and unpredictable climate that has characterised recent summers. Jersey comes in the form of a quilted sweatshirt, a versatile piece for the spring/summer season, which comes in jungle green and navy blue. As always considered sourcing is of paramoun importance for both brands and all materials have been chosen inline with the “ANIMAL FRIENDLY” mission of Save the Duck.
The capsule created by Christopher Ræburn for Save The Duck will be distributed to select luxury stores around the world in collaboration with the showroom Tomorrow.